INGE, Dean Quotes
(1860-1954), English clergyman, Dean of Westminster
We shall have to fight the politician, who remembers only that the unborn have no votes and that since posterity has done nothing for us we need do nothing for posterity.
Individuals are occasionally guided by reason, crowds never.
Christianity is a spiritual dynamic which has very little to do with the mechanism of social life.
Such as men themselves are, such will God appear to them to be; and such as God appears to them to be, such will they show themselves in their dealings with their fellow men.
In praising science, it does not follow that we must adopt the very poor philosophies which scientific men have constructed. In philosophy they have much more to learn than to teach.
To seek for the truth, for the sake of knowing the truth, is one of the noblest objects a man can live for.